Our Mission

To provide quality human milk products for the unique nutritional needs of premature, low birth-weight babies.

Nutrition for Premature baby - NeoKare

Premature birth is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in neonates, and optimal nutrition plays a critical role in their survival(*) .

Numerous clinical trials have demonstrated the value of human milk-derived products in saving the lives of premature babies (defined as any baby with a gestational age ‹ 37 weeks) and low birth weight babies (‹ 2500 g) and providing an alternative for low / non-lactating mothers

Low Weight Babies - NeoKare
  • * Higgins RD, Devaskar S, Hay WW Jr, et al. Executive summary of the workshop "Nutritional Challenges in the High Risk Infant". J Pediatr. 2012;160(3):511-516. doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2011.12.024

NeoKare Nutrition is a leading innovator in milk processing and breast milk technology that provides human-breast milk products to meet the unique nutritional demands of premature babies.

Feed Human Breast Milk - NeoKare
  • Applying proprietary breast milk technology and leveraging 20 years’ experience in milk processing, NeoKare is the only company in Europe that is developing innovative, 100% human-milk products to provide neonatal nutrition solutions.
  • NeoKare’s first product, Mother’s Milk Fortifier (MMF) is the world’s first and only powdered 100% human milk fortifier that meets European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) guidelines on energy content, protein content and osmolarity. Our patented technology allows us to retain human milk oligosaccharides, antibodies, growth factors, and essential minerals which support in the baby’s development.
  • In conjunction with UK hospitals and research organisations NeoKare is conducting clinical studies to demonstrate the benefit / critical role of human milk products and fortifiers play in supporting “intact survival” of premature babies.

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A 100% human milk diet is achieved when 100% of the proteins, fats and carbohydrates in an infant's diet are derived from human milk.

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